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Michelle S. Quiogue, MD

Assistant Professor

Dr. Michelle Quiogue is a family medicine physician who joined Southern California Permanente Medical Group in 2007. She has collaborated with nationwide subcommittees on position papers for American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) and implemented the first Transgender Care Pathway in 2013 at Kaiser Permanente Kern County. Dr. Quiogue has been invited to present on topics such as physician burnout, work-life balance, advocacy, and LGBTQ health disparities.

Education and Training

  • BA, with honors, Brown University
  • MD, Brown University School of Medicine
  • Residency, Family Medicine, Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles
  • Health Equity Fellowship, American Academy of Family Physicians
  • Degree of Fellow, American Academy of Family Physicians

Years

Selected Prior Positions

2003-2007 Physician
Clínica Sierra Vista Community Health Centers, Kern County
2007-present Physician
Southern California Permanente Medical Group (SCPMG)
2015 President
Kern County Medical Society
2015 Member
Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine Equity, Inclusion, and Diversity Subcommittee; National Kaiser Permanente Diversity and Inclusion
2016 Member
Interpretation Services Task Force, National Kaiser Permanente Diversity and Inclusion
2017 President
California Academy of Family Physicians
2017-present Member
Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine Equity, Inclusion, and Diversity Brain Trust; National Kaiser Permanente Diversity and Inclusion
2017-present Physician Wellness Champion
Kaiser Permanente Kern County

Years

Selected Honors and Awards

2011 Family Physician of the Year
Kaiser Permanente Kern County
2013 Physician of the Year
SCPMG Hippocrates Circle
2013 Family Physician of the Year
California Academy of Family Physicians
2016 Outstanding Contribution Award
Kern County Medical Society